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A middle-aged Indian migrant, “SG,” arrived in Kuwait to work for a shipping company in 2004. In India, SG had signed a contract to work as manager of the company’s research and development department. But once in Kuwait, he discovered he was ...Continue Reading
The narrative on migration – globally, but more so in the Arab world – is polarised. On the one hand are perceived cultural, security, and ...
The women escaped mistreatment and confinement by an employer with a record of abuse. They narrated their experiences to Migrant-Rights.org, requesting anonymity.
How do you discuss issues of citizenship and belonging through the experience of Indians in Dubai? There are two issues at play here that make ...